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Mystery Classics 5 DVD
Mystery Classics 5

Mystery Classics 5

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Blake of Scotland Yard

Dr. Sheehan (Ralph Byrd) and Hope Mason (Joan Barclay) have successfully invented a powerful death ray—thanks to the financial backing of former Scotland Yard investigator Sir James Blake (Herbert Rawlinson). Following the weapon's public unveiling, an evil Count and a masked criminal known only as "The Scorpion" (Lloyd Hughes) swipe the death ray, but to their aggravation, a crucial part of the machine is missing. The wrath of the villainous duo is swift—they'll stop at nothing to get their hands on the missing part, and only one man can terminate their reign of terror: Inspector James Blake.


Sealed in a cave at Yellowstone National Park, a cache of stolen money has remained hidden for the better part of seventeen years. Now, the four men responsible for the theft have been released from prison and are making a mad dash to get to the dough first. When bodies start turning up amidst the park's scenic splendors, forest ranger Dick Sherwood (Henry Hunter) investigates and unexpectedly falls for the daughter (Judith Barrett) of one of the now-dead thieves (Ralph Morgan). As crook after crook turns up dead, Sherwood must figure out the killer's next move and capture him before he can make his getaway.

Bulldog Drummond at Bay

A group of gun smugglers disguised as an anti-violence organization has their eye on a revolutionary, robotic aircraft they plan on using to ignite a war. Ringleader Gregoroff (Victor Jory)—also known as "The Mystery Man of Europe"—masterminds the kidnapping of the plane's inventor, but soon enough, detective Drummond (John Lodge) is on his trail and ready to bring the entire operation down.

Bulldog Drummond in Africa

Bulldog Drummond (John Howard) is on the verge of wedding his long-time sweetheart Phyllis Clavering (Heather Angel) when he gets word that his friend Colonel Nielson (H.B. Warner) has been kidnapped by super villain Richard Lane (J. Carrol Naish). Lane has hauled Col. Nielson off to his lavish African lair where he plans to carry out his vengeful scheme. While Drummond and company are en route to rescue Nielson, Lane lashes the colonel to a pillar, planning to unleash a hungry pack of lions on him. And, if Nielson somehow gets away, Lane has a back-up plan: a bomb is set to blow up Drummond's private plane.

Bulldog’s Drummond’s Revenge

Investigating a mysterious plane crash, Bulldog Drummond (John Howard) learns the plane's cargo is missing and then makes a second more gruesome discovery: amongst the rubble is a severed hand attached to a case full of an explosive substance. Drummond tracks the cargo thief, Draven Nogais (Frank Puglia), to a train bound for Paris. The only problem is that Nogais is disguised as a woman. Will the tenacious detective be able to apprehend him before he can escape?

Chandu on the Magic Island

The Ubasti cult, on the mystical island of Lemuria, is plotting to sacrifice Egyptian Princess Nadji so their goddess, Ossana, may be resurrected. One major obstacle stands in their way: White Magic magician Frank Chandler (Bela Lugosi)—known to all as Chandu—has cast a protective spell over Princess Nadji. Eventually, Ubasti breaks Chandu's spell and magically transports the princess to Lemuria, where Chandu goes in search of her. Once there, the good magician's family is captured and slotted for sacrifice while Chandu, trapped like a laboratory rat, travels an endless labyrinth of caves beneath the Ubasti's temple—where his mortal strength and magical powers seem futile…?


A tense and gritty crime drama, Trapped begins to unfold as the U.S. Treasury Department investigates the sudden appearance of several counterfeit bills recognized as the work of Tris Stewart (Lloyd Bridges), a criminal already doing time in prison. To find out who got their hands on Stewart's old bank plates, he's offered a shorter sentence, but Tris refuses to talk. A few weeks later, Stewart escapes during a prison transfer, but it's a Treasury Department set-up. Hoping Stewart will go for the plates, an agent tails him until Tris manages to give him the slip. Having anticipated this would happen, the Treasury Department bugged the apartment of Stewart's girlfriend (Barbara Payton) and placed an agent, John Downey (John Hoyt), at the nightclub where she works. Agent Downey manages to get in with Stewart and they partner up—plotting to get their hands on the counterfeit cash and then skip the country. But before the deal is sealed, Downey's cover is unexpectedly blown. All hell breaks loose as possible double-crosses develop and the Treasury Department struggles to get their man.

Circumstantial Evidence

Touted as "one of the best-crafted and most entertaining whodunits of its era," Circumstantial Evidence tells the story of two reporters who set out to reveal the cracks in the justice system after a man is convicted of murder solely on circumstantial evidence. To prove their case, Jim Baldwin (Chick Chandler) and Fred Stevens (Arthur Vinton) fake Fred's murder, but the plan backfires in the very worst way when Fred turns up very much dead. Jim is arrested, tried and convicted of Stevens' murder, then sentenced to death. Knowing it's the only way he can prove his innocence, Jim escapes lock-up, and, with the help of his faithful friends, hunts down the true killer, who had plenty of motive to commit the dirty deed.

Up in the Air

A captivating whodunit, Up in the Air revolves around the wicked goings-on at a radio station where employees are knee-deep in a slew of mysterious murders after several of the station's star acts are killed on-air. The station's page boy, Frankie (Frankie Darro), and his porter pal, Jeff (Mantan Moreland), had been trying to convince owners to air their comedy act and were denied up until now. With the support of the station's receptionist and an aspiring singer, they're given a shot at stardom via a radio debut as they track down the killer and solve the murders for the bumbling police.

Title: Mystery Classics 5
Genre: Mystery / Suspense
Studio: Echo Bridge
Release Date: 4/6/2010
Product Type: DVD
Rated: NR
UPC: 096009373290
Item #: PLT937329

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